In his first article since stepping down as the UK’s Permanent Representative to NATO, new ELN Director Sir Adam Thomson offers his thoughts on the challenges facing European security.
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Steve Andreasen examines the complexities of Euro-Atlantic security with regards to arms control, diplomacy with Russia and the role of NATO as nuclear Alliance.
David Kearn stipulates that calls for developing and deploying INF forces by either Russia or the US will provide little military benefit, but could greatly complicate the Euro-Atlantic security environment.
In a new op-ed Wolfgang Ischinger, Steven Pifer, and Andrei Zagorski argue that pre-existing arms controls have helped prevent the Ukraine crisis from degenerating from bad to worse.
Ulrich Kühn argues that President Obama’s Prague vision has lost none of its validity, but that events on the ground have ensured that it will become harder to achieve.
Dr. Valentyn Badrak argues for a new CFE Treaty, negotiated between Russia, NATO and the non-aligned states, that includes verifiable limits on modern weapons.